Drivers can be disqualified for license suspensions, driving infractions, or serious crimes, including sexual and violent offenses.
Students and staff of the Michael E. Smith Middle School were informed on Wednesday that Principal Paul Plummer had passed away.
When it’s unsanctioned or unwanted art, graffiti is called vandalism, and you could be arrested. 22News explains why.
Governor Charlie Baker filed a bill to make it a felony to cause severe bodily harm to a police officer.
Police said a teen suffered minor injuries when his bicycle collided with a police cruiser in Springfield’s South End, Wednesday night.
A 52-year-old man in Ware was hurt on Wednesday when a bull threw him in to the air.
Local and state detectives arrested an alleged violent fugitive from Rhode Island, Tuesday night, who was wanted in a shooting incident.
Police arrested a man at the Holyoke Mall, Wednesday afternoon, for allegedly using fraudulent credit cards at Kay Jewelers.
Springfield Firefighters were able to quickly put out a fire at a house on Daytona Street, Wednesday afternoon, which started in the cellar.
A mobile home in Springfield was seriously damaged Wednesday night, after a fire started on Lamplighter Lane.
West Springfield Police are searching for a man who broke into a Dunkin Donuts on Memorial Avenue, early Wednesday morning.
A man from Springfield who was caught on camera by federal agents conspiring to distribute cocaine was sentenced in U.S. District Court.
The Massachusetts State Police Bomb was called to Pittsfield this week after a middle school student allegedly made a fake bomb threat.
We now know the victim involved in an attack at Easthampton High School is the son of a school resource officer.
I-91 viaduct project ahead of schedule and might be completed sooner than expected, according to MassDOT.
The Springfield Police Community Relations Committee continue their efforts to improve the relation between the community and police.
The 22News I-Team discovered that getting a duplicate copy of an important tax document may impact thousands of people in Massachusetts.
The Springfield-based life insurance and financial services company has laid off a small amount of workers across their organization.
Eversource is conducting aerial inspections throughout western Massachusetts of the vegetation growing near high-voltage electric lines.
New images released by Wilbraham police show the suspect with his surgical mask removed.